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so it's back to the shark singles bar. singles bar. in this day and age, with captioning funded by cbs it's tuesday, september 10th, 2019. this is the "cbs morning news." cargo ship rescue. four crew members are back on dry land after being trapped for more than 30 hours inside a capsized ship. the way they signaled for help inside the overturned vessel. controversy controversy grows over government spending at president trump's resorts. how democrats plan to tie the investigation into an informal impeachment probe. and illegal marketing. the claim juul made about its e-cigarettes that led to a warning from the fda. warning from the fda. good morning from the cbs
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newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. the u.s. coast guard has rescued four crew members trapped after the ship capsized off of georgia. they were pulleded yesterday afr being stuck inside the ship's hull for more than 30 hours. laura podesta has more. laura, now that these men are out, what do we know about their condition? >> hey, good morning, anne-marie green. all are described as alert and in relatively good condition. they were all able to walk with assistance but as a precaution all four were taken to the hospital to be checked out. cheers erupted as the final crew member climbed out of a capsized cargo ship monday evening. >> that is amazing, the best day of my career. >> coast guard rescuers pulled out three others earlier in the day.
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. >> they' in relatively good condition after having spent 34 or 35 >> they wereg po aye coasard remiion. inur cw hull to let rescue teams know where they were. captain john read says they initially weren't sure whether it was the men or cargo crashing around. >> when we found out last night that the tapping was coming back and that they had it consistently throughout the night, that made all the difference in the world. >> a helicopter landed on the 650-foot ship. rescuers propelled down and passed food and water through a tell to the three of them. the fourth was behind a glass wall that took more time to reach. >> i know it was a lot hotter on that ship for them than it was for us on the outside. i'm sure on the outside it was pushing 120 degrees or more. >> the south korean company said they're working with the coast
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guard on limiting any damage to the environment. port officials are trying to figure out how to reopen one of the busiest u.s. seaports for shipping cars. and, anne-marie, what caused the cargo ship to capsize is still under investigatioion. >> all right. laura podesta in new york. thank you so much, laura. >> thanks. now the house judiciary chit tee will vote on rules to establish impeachment. the move investigates the panels of president trump. nancy cordes reports. >> i don't need to have somebody take a room overnight at a hotel. >> reporter: president trump's properties are the latest probe of the impeachment inquiry after a slew of government spending at his resorts this summer. >> we're going to look at the money that's flowing in through the trump office tower, golf reports, both in america and abroad. >> the mayor sichs on the house judiciary committee which
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nounitf impeachment probe with a new resolution for estsh rules for impeachment-related hearings, allowing lawmakers and committee staff to grill witnesses like trump campaign manager cory ey lewandowski who set to testify next week. >> they say they're obsessed with impeachment. >> none of us is obsessed with impeachment. we're faced daily with the high crimes and misdemeanors of the president. >> the white house called it a vendetta and more of the same from the democrats. 32 more house democrats came out in favor, and an inquiry is widely seen as a precurser to formal impeachment proceedings, something that some of those democrats are hoping to pursue before the 2020 elections. nancy cordes, cbs news, capitol hill. there are new accusations that the trump administration may have tried to pressure t th
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sorycove a mistake by in an email noaa's top scientist olof the integrig what may be the email was in reaction to a press release friday backed by president trump that hurricane dorian could hit blame hard. after the president made those comments, the national weather service in birmingham, they tweeted, alabama will not see any impacts from dorian. hurricane dorian's death toll in the bahamas has climbed to at least 50. the storm hammered the islands last week. thousands of people remain missing, and relief efforts are still under way. in north carolina water service has been restored on ocracoke island. many remain without power as generators, food, and other supplies are only arrives by ferries.
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last night president trump expressed his sympathies for storm victims while at a campaign rally in north carolina. >> the prayers of our entire nation are with the citizens of north carolina, south carolina, path. >> forecasters continue to watch three other disturbances brewing in the atlantic. so far tropical storm gabrielle and two other systems are not a threat to land. the taliban this morning vowed to continue fighting against u.s. forces in afghanistan. the announcement comes after president trump said talks with the insurgents were dead. he said it was his decision to plan and then call off secret talks with the taliban at camp david. mr. trump says that he ended the talks because of last week's bombing in kabul that killed sergeant first class ellis barreto. there were also concerns over whether the taliban had agreed to even attend the camp david meeting, a move many lawmakers
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and critics were unhappy with. >> they should not be allowed just not on the united states of america, but they especially shouldn't be allowed in such a place of honor when you think about all the history of camp david and the role that it plays. >> the talks would have been head this week ahead of the 18th anniversary of 9/11 which led to the invasion of afghanistan. north korea launched two projectiles off its east coast early this morning. this is according to officials. this is after they promised to resume talks with the u.s. their regime has conducted ten launches since june including today's. most of those are believed to be short-range missiles, and experts say they have shown technological advancements. the launches happened after a nth carolinian diplomat in pyongyang said they would be
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open to resuming talks with the u.s. later this month. the british have formally suspended the parliament. the move comes after a bid by prime minister boris johnson who called for a snap election that was time. >> to everybody on the opposition bench, if you really want to delay brexit beyond october 31st, which is what you seem to want to do, then vote for an election and let the people decide. let the people decide if they want to delay or not. >> lawmakers will return on october 14th, a little more than two weeks before britain is due to leave the european union on october 31st. the fda is accusing juul of illegally marketing its vaping devices as a safer alternative to cigarettes. the agency senn a warning letter to the popular e-cigarette brand saying the company violated regulations. the news comes amid growing health concerns specifically among teens.
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vaping has recently been linked to at least five deaths and more than 400 illnesses nationwide. just yesterday a texas high school student was rushed to the hospital after taking a hit on a vape pen. >> the guy, he had hit the vape pen the girl had handed to him. he hit it. he passed out, and he would not wake up. like he was not waking up. they tried to get him back up. he was not waking up. >> the fda is threatening to fine juul and seize its products. juul said it's looking at the letter and will fully cooperate. coming up on the "morning news," big papi. he makes his first public appearance since being shot. and spying on russia. an informant working in russia plays a key role. this is the "cbs morning news." chantix is proven to help you quit. with chantix you can keep smoking at first and ease into quitting so when the day arrives, you'll be moreeady to kiss cigarettes gye. when you try to quit s,
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3,700 backpacks placed in rows to resemble gravestones. each one serves as a proxy for the death of a child. according to a 2019 u.n. report 21,000 children were killed or maimed in such zones last year. it was unveiled at the united nations in new york on sunday and runs through today. david ortiz made his first public appearance since being shot, and a spy in russia plays a key role for the u.s. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. "the new york times" reports a cia informant who had to be extracted from russia sent secrets to the u.s. for decades. the informant reportedly had access to the highest level of the kremlin. the "times" said the source became one of the most valuable assets as american officials learned russia was trying to sabotage the 2016 presidential election, but when the news picked up details about the russian sources, the agency
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worried about safety and decided to extract the informant. the "los angeles times" reports usc athletic director lynn swann had to resign. the former pro footballer stepped down from the job yesterday. there have been questions about his leadership and role in several scandals including the recent college admissions scandal. swann was also criticized for keeping the head's football coach after the team went 5-7 last year. and "the boston globe" says red sox legend david ortiz threw out the sayre moanial first pitch at last night's game. it came three months after he was shot in the dominican republic. ortiz jogged onto the field at fenway park before the red sox game, and later he spoke to the crowd, thanking fans for their prayers and support. the 43-year-old former slugger was shot in the back at close range by a hired gunman in june. doctors had to remove ortiz's gallbladder and a part of his intestine. still to come, dangerous
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celebrates women. diane king hall is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, diane. >> good morning, anne-marie. well, tech giant apple takes center stage today. the company is expected to announce three new i phones, new air pods, a new macbook, a new apple watch, and a reverse wireless charging. on the earnings watch, dave and busters are some of the companies set to report quarterly results. here on wall street stocks traded in choppy waters. the tech sector logged losses. the dow rose 38 points, the s&p 500 was fairly flat, and the nasdaq fell 15 points. phi fiat chrysler is announcing a recall of ram trucks. it affects 2017 ram 15 hon's, 2500s with an 8-footbed and locking tailgate. also impacted are 2013, 2014,
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and 2018 ram 1500, 2500 and 3500 pickups built before 2018 with a six- or p a-foot bed and a power locking tailgate. chrysler said they're not aware of any accidents related to the problem. meanwhile the supreme court reported that linked inn cannot block out hi q. i q uses al go richting by alerting companies when talent leaves the job. linkedin is disappointed and is looking for options to appeaapp. amazon's going on a hiring spree. the ecommerce is going across the country, aiming to hire more than 30,000 people by early next year. amazon is looking for anyone
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from software engineers who can earn more than $100,000 a year to warehouse staff that can earn up to $15 an hour. they're offering permanent full-time and part-time jobs that come with benefits. and the iconic game is getting some girl power. hasbro is launching a new version of monopoly called ms. monopoly. men get more money when they pass "go." instead of investing in real estate they invest in inventions raised by women ranging from chocolate chip cookies to bullet-proof vests. it goes on sale later this month. anne-marie. >> i sort of like the idea of ms. monopoly, but i don't know why it has to deal with unequal pay. >> to compensate for real life. you know, i like it. i love this. i'm all for the girl power. i love this version. >> all right. well, maybe you and i we can play around. diane king hall at the new york stock exchange. thanks a lot, diane. >> you've got it.
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restricts them for grades through 8 until 2025. the new law goes into effect next july. the u.s. supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg is sharing her memories of the late justice antonin scalia. yesterday she received the 2019 harris dean's award at the university of chicago. she told the attendees stories about scalia including a trip they took to india. >> there's a photograph of the two of us riding on a very elegant elephant. my feminist friends commented, why are you sitting on the back of the elephant? and i said, well, the driver said it had something to do with the distribution of weight. >> she said though she sometimes disagreed with scalia, they had mutual respect for each other. coming up on "cbs this morning," in a network exclusive, gayle talks with billy bush about returning to television after being fired over the infamous "access hollywood" tape. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." "access hollywood" tape. i'm anne-marie green.
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♪ ♪ ask your doctor about eucrisa. our top stories this morning, the coast guard has rescued all four crew members from a capsized cargo ship. it was off the georgia coast. the men spent 30 hours trapped in the ship. they are reportedly in relatively good condition. and the house judiciary committee will vote on thursday to establish rules for hearings on impeachment. the move is ka laps the impaneling of president trump. the focus of the impeachment inquiries is mr. trump's properties after a slew of spending at his resorts this summer. google is facing an anti-trust probe while facebook is up against a similar investigation. hilary lane reports.
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>> reporter: google's advertising practices and dominance in online searches are under investigation by attorneys general in 48 states as well as washington, d.c., and puerto rico. the bipartisan group made the announcement in front of the supreme court. >> when there is no longer a free market or competition, this increases prices, even when something is marketed as free. >> reporter: there is concern the tech giant is behaving like a monopoly, stomping out or buying out rivals and that it holds a sway in the digital advertising market. >> the overwhelming number of query responses relate to google businesses and/or advertisers that pay for that slot. >> reporter: the attorneys general say small businesses with smaller advertising budgets lose out, and so do small states whose residents rely on products and services they find online. >> we like wide open spaces, and we like competition as well.
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>> reporter: google officials say they expect the states to ask about similar investigations, both in the u.s. and internationally. back in march, europe fined google $1.7 billion for forcing advertisers to only advertise with them. facebook is also facing new scrutiny. on friday, new york led eight states and the district of columbia to open up a similar anti-trust investigation into the social media company. both tech companies are already being investigated by the u.s. justice department. both say they will work with state officials on their concerns. hilary lane, cbs news, new york. coming up on "cbs this morning," in a network exclusive, gayle king talks with billy bush about returning to television after being fired over the infamous "access hollywood" tape. plus first on "cbs this morning," former new york city mayor michael bloomberg announces a new program to fight flavored e-cigarettes and youth vaping. and how newly discovered
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rocks offer a glimpse at the day the dinosaurs died 66 million years ago. that's the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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